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A species of monkey unknown to science has been photographed in India by an international team of researchers.
The monkey, a member of the macaque family, was sighted in the state of Arunachal Pradesh, which lies in the country's remote north-eastern region.
Named the Arunachal macaque, the new monkey is a comparatively large brown primate with a relatively short tail.
The scientists say they are surprised to have found a hitherto unknown large mammal in such a populous country.